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Christopher Paolini

Christopher Paoloni is a fantasy author, known for his series The Inheritance Cycle. His first book, Eragon, was published when he was only 19 years old.
If you are talking about the third book, it is "brisingr" and is already out. But if you are talking about the fourth, its name is yet to be announced let alone when.
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I think... i saw this on the internet so plz dont kill me if im wroing but i think it is blue... sry if im wrong
Actually the new book isn called Brisingr and itsb already out and ytou can by it at amzon.combut im not sure when the 4th book is out but im sure u could find out if u can be bothered (unlike me)
Eragon started off as a daydream as a teen for Paolini.And his love for magic, fantasy, + science fiction( PS. Book#4 is Eldunari!!) U
i believe they own a editing company that is why he was so successful as his parents owned an editing company
On randombuzzers.com, a few months ago or so, Christopher Paolini was answering his fans' questions, and one of them was when he will finish his next book. His response was that he was not finished, but was kinda' close, as, when he was writing the third book, he found that it was going to be too...
Christopher Paolini was born on November 17, 1983 in Southern California.
When Paolini was 15 years old, he started to write his debute novel, Eragon, the first in a cycle of four books. Until know there are 3 published: Eragon, Eldest and Brisingr.
Christopher Paolini was always homeschooled until high school.
yes, their names are Kenneth Paolini and Talita Hodgkinson.
the name of the book has been said by paolini himself on his webpage to be named inheritance and have a green dragon on the cover
He's 27. He was born on the 17th of November 1983.
I think you'll have to be more specific. There are several elves, and I don't want to spoil any secrets by telling you the names of some special elves that appear later in the book.
2008   I think he has only written 2 books. Eragon and Eldest. His third book Brisngr is due out in September of 2008. He is also working on a forth book at this time.
There are three books that Christopher Paolini (<3) has written. Eragon was his debut novel, which he completed when he was only nineteen years old! Next was Eldest, the next book in the Inheritance Series, as Paolini (<3) calls the books that are following Eragon and the book Eragon. The last...
Christopher Paolini is 27 years old (birthdate: November 17, 1983).
  He didn't. He put off going to promote his books.
You can't as they have not been published online yet
On randombuzzers.com, Christopher Paolini finally released it! It's called Inheritance and is expected to come at the price of $27.99 on November 8th of 2011! It has a green dragon cover, too! Check it out!
His first book is 'Eragon'. He started writing it when he graduated at 15 (he was homeschooled). He went to some schools to promove it, and it reached a couple of libraries in 2002. In 2003 some important guy discovered the book. It was then made another version of it (the story is the same) and...
cuz eragon is the main character in the series.
November 8th. It's called Inheritance, if your wondering. It's already out. You can get it at Barnes & Noble for $27.99 or at walmart for $18.32.
There are currently no plans to make Eldest into a movie
No, Paolini was born in California. He grew up in Montana.
He apparently has most of it completed, but he is spending time with his family over the holidays. Book 4 will most likely be completed some time in 2011, since it takes him about 2-3 years to publish a new novel.
Christopher Paolini was born on November 17, 1983.
The book is released in November 2011
Book 4 is yet to be named, or a release date for that matter.
once the land prospered under the careful rule of the dragon riders. One of the riders, Galbatorix, had his dragon killed in war and went insane from grief. He demanded another, but his request was refused. He stole a hatchling and went away. he destoyed the riders.
He wrote the famous Inheritance cycle series of books.
SPOILER WARNING!*** They defeat Galbatorix. Nasuada becomes queen of Alagaesia (sp?) and Murtagh becomes good, because he falls in love with Nasuada. Roren lives and gets to be an Earl. They rescue a ton of hijacked dragon eggs and Eragon goes on to train a new order of dragons and riders. He and...
Possibly. He has stated that he may write more novels set in  Alagaesia, including a direct continuation of the Inheritance  Cycle.
Eragon, Eldest, Brisingr, Inheritance. THey are amazing!!!
After finishing Inheritance he had mentioned that he had other ideas for books in mind. And now that the series was over he would be free to publish his other books that he said had been in the "pipeline" for years. So yes he will most likely write more books in the future. And he has also said...
Christopher Paolinin wrote the book Brisingr.
Christopher Paolini wrote the book Inheritance.
Paolini said he might revisit Alagaesia later in the future, and in Inheritance there are small hints that he may write another book, so for now my answer is yes. Forgive me if i am wrong, but i simply took the implications and i also read the acknowledgments in the back(im such a creeper arent i?...
Paolini said that Eragon was "specifically inspired" by the work of Bruce Coville.
His 'abiding love of fantasy' inspired his first book, and the fact that he lives in paradise valley in the USA with a view of the beartooth mountains (or something) gave him the scenery for Algaesia.
He looked up a lot of old Norse and Swedish words, added some Ö and ' too make it look awesome. But makes most words a bit hard to pronounce, if you don't know how to pronounce the: Ö and ' in some words. He also took words from other languages like German and bastardised English words.Some words...
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The third book is called Brisingr, which is the word for fire in Paolini's ancient language. The release date is September 20th, 2008. It has a black cover with a gold male dragon's head facing the right taking up a large portion of the center. The title Brisingr is printed in gold underneath the...
Christohper Paolini had many inspirations but two of his largest  and most influential ones were Lord of the Rings and Star Wars.
If you mean, What does Inheritance mean, it means to Inherit Something. Like when Some one in your Family dies, Some one in you family Inherits that persons stuff.
== Brisingr ==   The Book ' Brisingr' (also known as 'The Seven Promises of Eragon Shadeslayer and Saphira Bjartskular') was released on Sept 20th 2008 as the third book in the series 'Inheritance Cycle' written by Christopher Paolini.   Brisingr means "fire" in the fictional Ancient Language...
The book will be out November 8th 2011Book Four of the Inheritance Cycle was released in November of 2011  and is titled Inheritance.
    On the first day the book was released, Brisingr sold 500,000 copies in North America alone.     (From the Canadian Press article)     According to publisher Random House Children's Books, "Brisingr" sold 550,000 copies in the first 24 hours, four times higher than "Eldest...
Christopher has created elves that are agnostic and/or in some cases atheistic, he has very devoutly religious dwarves and humans, and his main character, Eragon, appears to also be seeking answers about his faith and beliefs. This has lead many to feel that he is using his characters as a platform...
  No one's sure, he's hasn't set a date yet but my guess is since it takes him four years to write his books - about 2012 or so.
He began outlining the trilogy (which later became a "cycle") when he was fifteen years old. The book was published in 2002 when Christopher Paolini was nineteen years old.
His old fan mail address was Christopher.Paolini.Fan.Address@gmail.com. However this address has been closed since it was created. From what I have heard he does not have an email that he personally checks.
The book will be released November 8th, 2011.
Christopher Paolini's birth name is ChristopherJames Paolini.
  Actually, Eragon was originally self-published. So, he had to pay someone to publish it, rather than the other way around. He was making a loss. Later, when it was picked up by a professional publisher, he did start to make money. He earns from each book sold, rather than a fixed salary.
The fourth book, Inheritance, is green. It has a green dragon facing the reader's right, in profile view. The book title is printed in gold letters directly below the picture, and the author's name, Christopher Paolini, is printed in white under the title. It uses the same cover font as the previous...
Kenneth Paolini and Talita Hodgkinson.
No, he's only around 25 and hasn't gotten married yet, though he has gotten proposals from obsessed fans. ________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________Really!??! He's that old??? He wrote Eragon when he was only 16...actually...
No one's sure, he's hasn't set a date yet but my guess is since it takes him about one years to write his books - about 2007-08 or so.
Christopher is atheist
  In the acknowledgments Paolini said,   For those of you that understood the reference to a "lonely god" when Eragon and Arya are sitting around the campfire, my only excuse is the Doctor can travel everywhere, even alternate realities. Hey, I'm a fan too!   He was referring to a...
christopher paolini is a guy that is an author.....!
It doesn't seem to be public. You could try asking his publisher. http://knopfdoubleday.com/contact-us/ (Make it clear if you are asking for fan contact information of business contact information.) Alternately, http://www.shurtugal.com/ has a monthly question and answer segment that you can...
Christopher Paolini has won the 2006 Quill Award which is voted upon by the consumers not by the critics.   He also won the following awards:   Rebecca Caudill Young Readers' Book Award, 2006, for Eragon; Quill Award, Young Adult/Teen category, 2006, for Eldest.
Christopher Paolini has written: 'Eragon' -- subject(s): Accessible book, Dragons, Fiction, New York Times bestseller, nyt:series_books=2011-06-11 'Eldest' -- subject(s): Imaginary places, Juvenile fiction, Dragons, Fiction, New York Times bestseller, nyt:series_books=2011-06-11 'Eragon X32...
Christopher James Paolini. Just look it up on Ancestry.com.
Christopher Paolini published his first book when he was 15 years old.Paolini was homeschooled.He is colorblind, and sees more blue than most people.His Birthday is Nov. 17, 1983.He lives in Livingston (also known as Paradise Valley), Montana.His family self-published his first book, Eragon, touring...
go to http://www.alagaesia.com
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well, look at all of the websites like shurtugal.com. i am not sure about it. I have seen it's Aviv889@gmail.com but not 100% positive.
Christopher Paolini stated he enjoyed the film, particularly  praising the performances of Jeremy Irons and Edward Speleers.  -Wikipedia
There will be a total of four books in The Inheritance Cycle. Christopher Paolini has advised that he still intends to continue writing after this, but it will be with a different storyline and most likely some new sets of characters. He hasn't ruled out bringing some old characters back.
He was raised in Paradise Valley, Montana on November 17, 1983
it is being released on November 8 2011
From the start of the Inheritance Cycle, Christopher Paolini has had an image of what he wants the books to be. He has decided that four books is the number that would best fulfill that image.